Selective Memory presents
JOAN AS POLICE WOMAN
PEPPER CANISTER CHURCH, DUBLIN
Sun 10th & Mon 11th April 2022. 8pm
Acclaimed Brooklyn songwriter Joan As Police Woman announces rescheduled her tour six Irish tour dates for 2022 with her trio featuring drummer Parker Kindred (Antony & The Johnsons, Jeff Buckley) and bassist Jacob Silver (Lee Fields).
Tickets for Joan As Police Woman at Pepper Canister Church cost EU24.50 plus booking fee and on sale now from www.selectivememory.ie
*For the two Dublin shows, tickets bought for Fri 14th May 2021 are valid for Sun 10th April 2022. Tickets bought for Sat 15th May 2021 are valid for Mon 11th April 2022.
Full Irish Tour Dates as follows
5th April: Black Box, Belfast
7th April: Roisin Dubh, Galway
8th April: Dolan’s, Limerick
9th April: St Luke’s, Cork
10th & 11th April, Pepper Canister Church, Dublin
Joan has spent lockdown making and releasing new music including her second album of covers and her first live album. Joan also appeared on the Afel Bocoum album “Lindé” (World Circuit) and wrote and recorded “Simplicity” with Damon Albarn for the recent Gorillaz “Song Machine” album.
A new Joan As Police Woman studio album is expected Autumn 2021 via PIAS. Sessions for the new record began in Paris in November 2019 with Dave Okumu and Afrobeat legend Tony Allen, who we lost 5 months later.
For the 2022 tour, Joan and her trio will perform music spanning her career, including songs off the new albums and reworked classics.
Her new album ‘Cover Two’ (Sweet Police / PIAS), released on May 1st. This will be Joan’s second album re-working songs by other artists and again, Joan makes some very interesting and surprising choices.
Acclaim for Joan As Police Woman..
‘Sensational’ – Sunday Times
‘This is breathtakingly good music’ – Uncut
‘The coolest woman in pop’ – The Times
‘Full of meditative beauty…ravishing and lovelorn’ Mojo
‘A voice so wondrous and moving that it makes everyone else’s seem ordinary and mundane’ – The Guardian
‘Beautiful’ – Q
‘Joan As Police Woman is one of the 21st century’s best musicians’ – The Economist